The guitar playing superstar has been one of the most popular choices before the start of the season, but it seems he has not met the expectations so far. However with the absence of Braun Storwoman the following weeks may be the right time to walk with Elias.
He will be seeking for a revenge after the vicious attack he suffered on the last Raw and has also recently been announced in a match at TLC against Bobby Lashley. There is a good chance he will be kept around the main event scene on Mondays which is a great value for a superstar at the price of $8.0.
With the stacked WWE roster at this time it’s not so easy to be on RAW each week. Acting General Manager position of Corbin almost guarantees him that he will be on TV every Monday. Although rarely winning his matches, he has been involved in most angles this season – 10. This and the fact that he has often been one of the main segments on Raw made him one of the top scoring superstars so far.
His match with Braun Storwoman is still in jeopardy given the injury of the latest, but Raw’s GM will be most likely wrestling on the next PPV. Until then he will keep generating heat taking advantage of his position to punish his opposition, which may also earn him some good scores.
Recently returned for injury the Iranian will be seeking for a chance to establish his place in the cruiserweight division. Last week’s 205 live saw him allying with Hideo Itami and there’s a good chance he’ll be in action this time.
Still not picked by any player, at 0.0% ownership Daivari offers opportunity to differentiate your roster from your opposition. He is one of the lower priced cruiserweights at just $6.0, which makes him an easy affordable pick that may offer a great value.